Be responsible for controlling and coordinating safety activities across the Company’s portfolio of sites, up to and including 400kV voltage level. This will include preparation and approval of switching schedules, and the instruction and confirmation of safety precautions to achieve safety from the system.
Be responsible for ensuring that the processes, systems and Equipment required to service the control room are fit for purpose. Where update or changes are need the Control Engineer will manage these and present business cases as required.
A Control Engineer will have responsibilities in the following 4 areas.
Desirable qualification, experience and profile:
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Key responsibility is to develop an Operational Readiness plan and lead its implementation to ensure there is a systematic process in place to verify that the new facilities are commissioned, started-up, operated and maintained safely, in the most cost-efficient manner. He/She must ensure that industry best practise across asset management and process safety is ingrained into the operational practices for the new facility. Within its area of responsibility, the Operations Readiness Engineer is accountable for the scheduling, execution, quality control, progress control and reporting of the assigned activities.
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